Harrys of London and Frette Partner on Comfort Shoes

  • Frette moc jea suede (left) Frette moc wine suede (left)
  • Henley black suede (left) Frette moc earth suede (right)
  • Bowser black satin
  • Bowser deep suede

The shoe brand Harrys of London, known for stylish, comfortable men’s footwear, has teamed up with Frette, the Italian maker of fine linens, on a capsule collection of fall footwear. The unlikely duo has developed three men’s styles—a loafer, a driver, and a moccasin—in an assortment of leather and suede colors designed to complement Frette’s home collection. All three are equipped with Vibram soles to transition from indoors to outdoors. The shoes ($375 to $455) feature flexible, lightweight construction and are sold at Frette stores. (800.353.7388, www.frette.com)

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